2nd International Partners Day - University of Gdansk

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Friday 10 December 2021, 12:00 – Text: Department for International Relations

Dear  Colleagues,
The  Foreign Languages Centre at the University of Gdansk is pleased to announce the 2nd International Partners Day: ‘Working as an Academic during the Pandemic’.
The event is going to be held online, on Friday, January 21, 2022.

On behalf of the organising committee of the Foreign Languages Centre at the University of Gdansk in Poland, we are pleased to invite you to our second online International Partners Day ‘Working as an Academic during the Pandemic’ held on Friday, January 21, 2022.   
Next year’s event will focus on our pandemic experience in teaching and learning foreign languages: lessons we have learned about online teaching, challenges we initially faced and practical solutions we have adopted, as well as necessary changes in methodology. Take part in our event to learn about our academic experience in Poland from the teachers’ and students’ perspective, participate in several workshops led by key speakers during the plenary session, take an active part in the conference by giving your presentation and network with other partners during Q and A sessions. The conference will be conducted in English, via MS Teams.
Please register by December 31:  
Please note that due to the General Data Protection Regulation, in order to enable us to process your data, you are required to read, sign and send a scanned copy of the ‘GDPR Information Clause and Consent’ file available as an attachment. Please send the file to the following email address: oliwia.grzegorczyk@ug.edu.pl.
After registration you will receive an email confirmation of your registration, detailed program of the event as well as links to the sessions.  
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at this email address monika.mechlinska-pauli@ug.edu.pl.
We all look forward to seeing you on our Second International Partners Day!


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